from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See trade name.
- n. A commodity, service, or process having a trade name.
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- n. A trade name.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a name given to a product or service
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WONTON FOOD’S primary business is noodles, but fortune cookies, the company’s most well-known product, are sold under the brand name Golden Bowl.
ATC: Air Traffic Controller, a brand name of a belay/rappel device.
Although nobody was sure how it worked, by the 1950s chlorpromazine (usually known by the brand name Thorazine) was the drug of choice for controlling schizophrenia.
You can learn more about the ingredients in the current brands you use, or about any ingredient, at Environmental Working Groups’ (EWG) Skin Deep database, www.ewg.org (click on the Skin Deep button), where you can search ingredients or even brand name products for safety ratings.
Azizi says patients also can ask their doctors about non-narcotic prescription painkillers such as Gabapentin brand name Neurontin.
The gold-foil wrapper was carefully peeled back so that you could still read most of the brand name printed on it; I'd spoiled the wrappers of half a dozen bars before getting that effect.
Maneuvering my shopping cart through the brassiere section of a Wal-Mart in Charles Town, West Virginia on the way, I swear, to men’s ultrarelaxed jeans, I was struck by the brand name of a Hanes underwear product: Sensuale.
It showed the crudely drawn head of a red Indian and he read the brand name “Pielroja.”